Peregrine Case Studies

All business sectors routinely face common issues and organizational challenges. Today’s business leaders and managers require acumen and skill to successfully confront these issues and challenges.

 


All business sectors routinely face common issues and organizational challenges. Today’s business leaders and managers require acumen and skill to successfully confront these issues and challenges. 

Peregrine Case Studies address fundamental business concepts for solving “real world” problems. Each case study present a scenario, situation, or actual event within an organization and directs the case reader to utilize critical thinking and analytical skills to formulate a resolution.

Two types of case studies are available. Micro cases contain 3-7 pages of content; they are brief, concise, and moderate in complexity. Comprehensive cases contain 8-20 pages of content and offer increased complexity across multiple levels of application. Both case types include supporting multi-media, figures, tables, etc. to aid the reader’s understanding.

Each Case Study has 3-5 specific learning outcomes.

The Leading Edge Learning® modules are created specifically for today’s learners who demand interaction and engagement with online learning opportunities. Sequential presentation of largely static content in page-after-page delivery is not the best delivery experience for adult learners.

This module can be used for both Higher Education and in the Business Industry. For example:


Higher Education - Include a micro case as a critical thinking element in any undergraduate business course. Include a comprehensive case as a critical thinking component in any graduate business course.


Business, Industry, Nonprofits, & Agencies -  Instruction and career enhancement for business analytics. Instruction to increase knowledge base for entry-level and mid-level managers advancing in their careers.

The Peregrine Case Studies are offered as an optional subscription service through the Business School Resource Center.


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